Since 1982, Rayonex has been using the Rayotest method invented by Paul Schmidt in order to determine resonance frequencies. Though very easy to use individually, this process is also time-consuming, as it requires the therapist's attention throughout the entire test. This is why an automated method for determining resonance frequencies became necessary. Many users were also keen to analyse the large numbers of RAH programs (RAH=Rayonex Analysis and Harmonisation system) that have since become available and to offer them up for harmonisation. The new Rayoscan, which is the name of the measurement system, thus constitutes the ideal complement to the prior testing procedure, allowing therapists to perform energetic measurements independently. Further, the Rayoscan provides a very quick introduction to the use of bioresonance according to Paul Schmidt while also facilitating the work of long-standing professionals.
The Rayoscan allows to test the extent to which basic frequency values of the Rayocomp PS 1000 polar are able to trigger regulations in the body. Specifically, a basic frequency value is set, applied to the body and various heart rate parameters are then measured by means of a four-lead ECG before being calculated and then stored. This patent-pending method is based on the experience that the body reacts to a stimulus (basic frequency value of the Rayocomp PS 1000 polar), and thus the sum of all reactions thereby triggered with a small yet measurable change in heart beat quality. The Rayoscan performs what is known as value range testing. Qualitative changes in the heart beat are thus measured for each basic frequency value, and in addition, the system evaluates whether or not subsequent harmonisation is required. Based on the resonance frequencies thus determined, the frequency patterns of existing RAH programs can be compared by means of calculations and the best matches thus established.
The purpose of the Rayoscan is thus clearly an energetic testing approach which cannot be compared to conventional medical diagnostics. Detailed background information is available in the relevant literature (e.g., in the book on Bioresonance according to Paul Schmidt, available from Spurbuchverlag publishing).
The purpose of the Rayoscan is to help determine resonance frequencies automatically, without the influence of the therapist, and to save these on a Green Card so as to have them readily available for harmonisation sessions. Further, the aim is to calculate RAH programs based on the resonance frequencies thus determined and to offer them up for harmonisation; these are therefore also saved on a Green Card, making them available for home therapy with a Rayocomp PS 10 for example.
The Rayoscan can currently only be integrated into a Rayocomp PS 1000 polar.
Important note: On more recent versions of the device (from 03/2011), the Rayoscan can be retrofitted without additional conversion costs. Therefore, the only added cost is that of the Rayoscan itself. If the Rayoscan is to be fitted onto older versions of the Rayocomp PS 1000 polar, please ask us for an individual Rayoscan integration quote.
Scope of delivery:
•Rayoscan hardware and software (installed on the Rayocomp PS 1000 polar by the Rayonex technical team)
•Rayoscan electrode cable for four-lead ECG
•100 Rayoscan pads for 25 measurements
Note: The Rayocomp PS 1000 polar is not included with the Rayoscan!
Further information can be found under the following product headings:
Rayoscan pads, Blue Sensor, Type VL-00-S, 1000 pcs. (Article 35931), Rayoscan pads, Blue Sensor, Type VL-00-S, 25 pcs. (Article 35930), Rayocomp PS 1000 polar (Article 300), Rayocomp PS 1000 polar Complete (Article 3000), Rayocomp PS 1000 polar Complete Premium (Article 3001), Rayocomp PS 10 basic human (Article 2284)
The Rayoscan provides a very quick introduction to the use of bioresonance according to Paul Schmidt.